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ASAP
2010
IEEE
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Automatic generation of polynomial-based hardware architectures for function evaluation
Abstract--Polynomial approximation is a very general technique for the evaluation of a wide class of numerical functions of one variable. This article details an architecture gener...
Florent de Dinechin, Mioara Joldes, Bogdan Pasca
FSE
2000
Springer
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9 years 1 months ago
On the Interpolation Attacks on Block Ciphers
Abstract. The complexity of interpolation attacks on block ciphers depends on the degree of the polynomial approximation and or on the number of terms in the polynomial approximati...
Amr M. Youssef, Guang Gong
FCCM
2004
IEEE
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Migrating Functionality from ROMS to Embedded Multipliers
This poster proposes a technique, based on polynomial approximation, which can be applied to convert ROMs into a combination of arithmetic operations and smaller ROMs. We show tha...
Gareth W. Morris, George A. Constantinides, Peter ...
FPL
2003
Springer
113views Hardware» more  FPL 2003»
9 years 3 months ago
Non-uniform Segmentation for Hardware Function Evaluation
This paper presents a method for evaluating functions in hardware based on polynomial approximation with non-uniform segments. The novel use of nonuniform segments enables us to ap...
Dong-U Lee, Wayne Luk, John D. Villasenor, Peter Y...
FPL
2004
Springer
103views Hardware» more  FPL 2004»
9 years 3 months ago
Automating Optimized Table-with-Polynomial Function Evaluation for FPGAs
Abstract. Function evaluation is at the core of many compute-intensive applications which perform well on reconīŦgurable platforms. Yet, in order to implement function evaluation ...
Dong-U Lee, Oskar Mencer, David J. Pearce, Wayne L...
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